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Vox just obtained the Metropolitan Police Department’s report about the suspected “Cuddler” incident that occurred between 5 and 6 a.m. the morning of Saturday, July 25th at a house on the 1800 block of 35th Street.
According to the report:
[Complainant 1] was in her bed when an unknown subject entered her room, disrobed from the waist down, leaving his shoes on and climbed into the bed with her ad hugged her. C-1 never look at [Subject 1] because she assumed that it was her male friend that frequents her home.
C-1 did not realize until an hour or so later that S-1 was not a friend of hers when he attempted to touch C-1 while climbing on top of her placing his penis on her inner thigh. C-1 further states that her male friend is gay so once S-1 started to touch her she instantly knew that it was not her friend in the bed with her.
C-1 then rolled out from under S-1 and ran into the hallway where S-1 confronted her and asked C-1 “what’s the problem?” C-1 then ran down the stairs where the other house guest were to alert them. At which time S-1 vacated the premises in an unknown manner. C-1 and house guests then searched the home to make sure that S-1 was gone.
The MPD report classifies the incident primarily as a burglary and secondarily as “sexual abuse, misdemeanor.” The report states that there was no forced entry and the point of entry, method and tools used are unknown. The case is open for investigation, according to the report.
According to Georgetown’s Director of Media Relations Andy Pino, the incident has not been reported to the University’s Department of Public Safety.
We have updated our map of possible “Cuddler” incidents (above) to include this latest alleged attack.
More information from MPD after the jump.
In the message sent out to the Burleith and Georgetownforum listservs this morning about the incident, some neighbors had written that they had photographs of the suspected “Cuddler,” but had not sent the pictures out.
This afternoon Commander Rodney T. Parks of MPD’s Criminal Investigations Division sent a message out to the Burleith listserv saying that not only does MPD not have a photograph of the suspect, they don’t have a suspect at all. He also writes that while the incidents may have similar appearances and methods, they may not actually be related:
I have taken note of the recent information relating to the on-going investigations of various assaults occurring over the past several months. Please inform your community that there is no developed suspect or photograph of a possible suspect we have developed in this matter. We are looking into if anyone from the detectives unit may have given that false impression and apologize in advance for any confusion this may have created for your community if that is the case.
We are continuing our investigations in these cases and have no new information developed at this time. We are challenged by limited capability of the complainants to provide detailed descriptions and although similar [in] appearance and method there is no other link/connection to these cases.